Bibigo Chicken Rice Bowl with Teriyaki at Costco

Bibigo Chicken Teriyaki Bowls at Costco - Frozen 6 Pack

Another frozen meal favorite from Costco – Bibigo’s Chicken Rice Bowl with teriyaki at Costco is a fan favorite. Made using chicken raised without antibiotics, each microwaveable bowl contains white meat chicken, broccoli, carrots, edamame, red bell peppers, rice and a teriyaki sauce packet.

A convenient meal, the Bibigo Chicken Rice Bowl with Teriyaki is read in just 6 minutes in the microwave. Optionally you can opt not to use the teriyaki sauce for a plain chicken rice bowl.


Each chicken rice bowl is approximately 12.5 ounces.

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Bibigo Teriyaki Chicken Bowl Costco Price and Item Number

Bibigo Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowl, 6 x 12.5 oz at Costco costs $15.79 and is Costco Item Number 1213838. Sold frozen.

Bibigo Chicken and Rice Bowls with Teriyaki Sauce are also available to order on Same Day Costco. They are more expensive when ordering via Same Day/Instacart.

Price last updated: 7/18/23

Bibigo Chicken Teriyaki Rice Bowls at Costco. Frozen Dinners.
Bibigo Frozen Chicken, Vegetable and Rice Bowls at Costco with Teriyaki Sauce

Bibigo Chicken Rice Bowl with Teriyaki at Costco Product Notes:

  • Grilled white meat chicken
  • Teriyaki sauce
  • vegetables
  • rice
  • microwavable
  • ready in just a few minutes
  • easy lunch or dinner on the go
  • vegetables include broccoli, carrots, edamame and red bell peppers
  • chicken raised without antibiotics
  • frozen dinner / meal
  • Asian food at Costco

Historical Pricing Notes:

  • 10/4/21: $11.99

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